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Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm EST
to deliver profitable growth over a long time. a really strong year. >> you had a record year in china and putting in new factory all over the place in europe. will that continue? that kind of hiring? >> we are hiring a 11,000 new employees. 5000 in the united states. to your point, this is increasing production so we can continue to serve the complete family of vehicles. >> we will have more coming up. the man in charge of mercedes will join us from the show room floor. here is something. trucks on the slopes. how cool is that? he is jumping. ♪ >> secrets of success. betty liu is out with her new book "work smart." >> number one is you have to work hard. there is just no getting away from that. number two is you have to prepare like crazy. you have got to be organized and make lists and be super prepared. i am a huge believer in proper prior preparation prevents poor performance. this probably sounds counterintuitive to the first and maybe even the second. your family has to come first. whenever i give speeches on this topic, people say, how can your family come first if you have
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm EST
and china. and we will be part of the economy and provide great jobs and great careers, and any vehicle we sell around the world helps ford make the most affordable vehicles available anywhere around the world. we have new plants around the world and increasing the capacity and strength of our products in all of our manufacturing, and we're going to hiring 11,000 new employees around the world, and 5,000 here in the united states. >> one of the things that henry ford contributed to was the building of a middle class. >> yes. >> we are now seeing a lot of pressure on that middle class, and it is so tied to the auto industry. the auto industry was the thing that represented an avenue into the middle class. can it still play that role and what role is it playing? >> i really think it will continue, because there's no country sustainable without a long manufacturing base, and i'm so pleased to see the attention we're all putting now on not only having a good, competitive manufacturing base as you reported well -- a few years ago we were not competitive, and our unions, suppliers, dealers, all
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm EST
asia and so large that could contain the united states and mexico and china and india and japan all of europe. but the u.s. africa command is as minimal as africa is best. africom consists of only 2000 personnel including military and civilian employees and contractors. the headquarters is in germany were 1500 of the personnel are from the space. the army elements are based upon italy and the u.s. navy ships are saying that the marine contingent is shared with marine corps forces in europe. located in germany at the airbase. we thought you might like a little bit more context. turning now to a rant. lawmakers on capitol hill expressing doubts about a deal with iran to slow its nuclear weapons program. representing the framework on how to implement a six-month nuclear dear in november. and it would go into effect next monday, january 20. under that agreement aranda will limit its uranium enrichment to 5%, commonly used to power reactors and it would stop producing 20% enriched uranium which is just a step away from weapons grade. iran will also promote experts to carry out daily insp
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm PST
after latest trip to north korea. rodman today arriving in china and once again rodman said he is sorry that he could not help free american captive kenneth bae. >> i'm not the president. i'm not an ambassador. i'm den his rodman. just individual. we can actually get along and be happy for one day. >> rodman was in north korea to play a basketball game in honor of dictator kim jong un's birthday. we told that you justin bieber is in hot water after egging his neighbor's house. now we know the damage. tmz reporting bieber's egg caused 20,000ness damage for the neighbor's home. more bad news for the beibs, he could face vandalism charges and that's tonight's speed read. hhs report showing 24% of americans who signed up between the ages of 18 and 24. senior administration official saying enough young people have enrolled to avoid insurance death spiral is that true, joining us is ron for ray. elise viebeck and byron york. has the administration doorged the bolten this one one or are the numbers bleak. >> no the bullets are still coming. nor to work they need 40% of the folks entered have t
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 3:00pm PST
russia and china, iran's strongest allies, won more technical concessions at the 11th hour, that iran face no limitation to continue researching. it leaves iran free to develop centrifuges to process uranium. >> centrifuges that have no other purpose than to build a nuclear weapon and enrich uranium. >> consensus is building as a grub of bipartisan democrats and republicans line up to impose sanctions after six months if iran cheats. >> anyone who trusts iran really hasn't been paying attention for the past 30 years. they cheat, they lie, and cannot be trusted. it's sanctions, tough sanctions, that drove iran to this point. and i think that relieving sanctions is a terrible mistake. >> but iranian foreign minister warned if new sanctions are passed, quote, the entire deal is dead. he laid a wreath at the grave of the former head of hezbollah, the man responsible for killing 241 marines in 1983 and suspected of killing former lebanese prime minister, hariri. they warned to hold off on new sanctions. >> it could undermine the consensus that we built. >> carney said the sanctions were on
FOX
Jan 13, 2014 3:00pm PST
going down on the streets of china. two guys, one guy down on his back, another guy beating on him. but these two guys are in their 70s. >> what? >> the dog of the man in the brown coat bit the guy in the orange coat. the guy in the orange coat then started to beat that man's dog. now they're going after it. the guy in the brown coat wasn't happy the guy in the orange coat was beating the dog. now they're having a stick fight. looks like slow motion, but i assure you, it's not. >> looks like two little kids pretending to sword fight in the backyard except in their 70s. >> not a lot of hits. >> a high-speed chase. guy in the brown coat running after the man in the orange, pursuing him down the street. not wanting to give up on this, it looks like the guy in the orange coat has had enough. he wants this to end but the guy in the brown coat keeps going after him. >> eventually they'll both probably start taking naps. >> maybe schedule, can we pick this back up in 30 minutes after our nap? >> when one starts napping, move that one to a different location, that's how to break this up. >
CNBC
Jan 13, 2014 5:00pm EST
of the chinese etfs out there? >> it's the only pure play on the china internet and immerse sector. for instance, baidu, because it's listed on the nasdaq, is not included in any of the broad-based emerging market. we have a unique structure of capturing chinese internet companies. >> who determines the weighting of each holding? >> china security index company of shanghai is the largest index. they run it for us. we thought that was very important. we wanted a chinese perspective to make this product investable. >> one of the reasons why this whole space gets me so excited are the numbers we're talking about. you can speak to some of the trends in china and how they differ from the u.s., and how much room there might be looking forward. >> it's an incredible phenomenon, josh. there's three trends taking place in china. urbanization. hundreds of millions of people are moving into the cities. as they do, they have ak set to better earning jobs. as they do so, they spend more money. discretionary spending is up 300% in the last eight years. when retail sales take place, they take place online. in
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 5:00pm EST
. they will continue to operate under its own brand. rose last month in china. >> chart medications. buyter has made an offer to time warner cable peered joining me with details and reactions, we have alex sherman and the chairman of media more. thank you for joining me. you broke the story, alex. apparently time warner cable has already said it is not going to be satisfied with the price they were given. >> we heard in the story that was telling his associates they don't except -- expect time warner to except that amount. i was talking to a source familiar with the situation and this person told me that 132.50 is a starting price in the sense that if time warner will not engage, why even both? er? >> why isn't time warner cable in gauging on this in order to try to negotiate a higher price? >> i think the game has just begun. as you can tell earlier when comcast and at&t broadband happened, it took five months to actually get a solution. toy ran from what $1 million $52 billion. there are two big reasons. time warner cable thanks bingo at ithehinks they can go alone. >> can they go it alone? is tha
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
for the trip. cnn was in beijing, china, when rodman made a brief stop over there. >> i'm sorry with what's going on in north korea. i'm not god, i'm not an ambassador, i'm no one. >> reporter: a slightly different tone from dennis rodman arriving at beijing's international airport after almost a week inside north korea. >> how was the trip? >> reporter: initially not wanting to talk about his trip, then within minutes he couldn't resist. >> i have done nothing wrong. nothing wrong. so i don't know why people are saying that, well, dennis rodman this, that. it's not about me. >> reporter: rodman believes his efforts inside this reclusive country have been wrongly represented and unappreciated. insisting his basketball diplomacy has been a success. >> i just went over there to show the world the fact that we can actually get along in sports. and that is it. >> reporter: members of rodman's team have also spoken out in defense of the controversial visit. >> i think i'm astute enough to understand the dynamics, especially collecting monetary dollars from north korea, no, we did not get paid
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
the deal with 12 other nations, including china and vietnam would speed through capitol hill with no debate, no contention, no amendments. the massive trade agreement is being pushed by, of course, big corporations and negotiated behind closed doors which nobody likes in congress. so that's the unifying point there. democrats in the house and senate are becoming more vocal about the secrecy surrounding the deal. house minority leader nancy pelosi was recently quoted saying we want transparency. we want to see what's going on there. we have a problem with that. good. that's a great quote because that's where the democrats need to be. many democrats are worried the actual terms of the deal do not reflect their priorities like the economy. chris van hollen, the top democrat on the house budget committee is saying recently expressing his concerns that this is a big problem now. this is inadequate engagement on the substance of what will be in an agreement or out of an agreement. in other words, as a democracy, everybody's got to have their say. that's what he is saying. senator max baucus intro
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm EST
manted for scrapping will are in march. four of them are in italy but france britt ann turkey and china are also competing for the lucrative commission. >>> next phase is to make it floatable again. 15 giants water tanks will soon be annexed to the damaged starboard side. they will then be emptied to give buoyancy to the ship. should the concordia not be stable enough to be toe towed a, the vanguard will be used to sail it away for its last journey on the sea. >> india is on the verge of being declared polio free. five years ago, half of the world's polio cases were in the country. the disease as you know attacks the nerves system. declaring india a polio-free nation. you heard about the target data breach, right? affecting millions of customers and then the neiman marcus data breach. as kilmen kilmeny duchart repor. >> target and neiman marcus stores. this after reports show that this may have happened to three other u.s. retailers. congress wants to know why u.s. shoppers are the last to know. when target was breached they waited four days to tell customers. similarly, neiman marcus w
SFGTV
Jan 13, 2014 1:00pm PST
the folks in the labor community in the china's community and 4th district but also take a moment to thank my assessor staff so, please give a round of applause to my assessor staff (clapping) i want to say a thank you to you, you are the folks who prevail lists all the things i know we will go great places together. i want to thank you for the hard work you'll be doing this year. thank you, thank you, thank you and i'll continue to say thank you for your work. of course, i want to say and also, if i've left anyone anti i apologize it's overwhelming to see the support. i'll support this city and service it with my principles my parents taught me to grow up with humility and i need to strife to improve and make things better we're never where we should be we need to do more to serve the community. they also taught me i have to work hard everyday. you have to be an up standing person with the most integrity and i'll approach this job everyday. i'm so, so humbled. one-on-one one other person supervisor ellis burn who is hiding in this room. you know, i love him to death and every time i see h
CNBC
Jan 13, 2014 3:00pm EST
name to own. >> and there's no doubt when you talk about the china story where they're seeing good profitability, they have plenty of room to grow. they have teavana. brian, something else that you talked about which is quite important and we saw this in howard schultz's note to employees a couple days ago where he said we're not immune from the desell rathsceleration in traffic that retailers are seeing but he said that's okay because we have the starbucks cards. those are two different things. i don't know many people who are using their starbucks things to buy stuff online. >> you're right on the mark. the street ignored the words of a person who founded the company and from what i can tell is very much in the trenches with daily numbers and preserving the corporate culture. for him to come out and say there's a fundamental change in how people are interacting with the brand, i think it's a big red flag. why is starbucks valued at 24.5 times forward earnings? it's a big concern. worried about the earning power of the company or at the very least if they will d
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 3:00pm EST
. there is a company in china that delivers to your home in three hours. amazon boxesiple on my door every day. what about same-day delivery? we just did a special at ebay, doing same-day delivery. , it gets backe pretty quickly and is a smooth process. the same thing with google shopping. it took me six hours to get my stuff. with ebay, it took me 45 minutes. with gilt, where are you with delivery? >> we still use ups and system like that. we do not do same-day yet. we are looking at that. the entire industry will have third-party providers. you can imagine it ups or fedex were here, they would be working on this. i do think we will have same-day delivery in many cities on many items in the next couple of years. >> we are going to stay with kevin ryan. we will find out more about his businesses. megan hughes is plugged into the business of "street smart." back in two minutes. ♪ >> welcome back. we are back in two with internet entrepreneur kevin ryan, groupe. of gilt a retailerooking at who doesn't internet stuff, they would hope they did more of it. the stock is down today, lulu lemon. they are
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2014 3:00pm EST
going on between china and japan that's not fully disclosed yet about the islands in the chinese sea. so that's all adding to this breakdown on the technical basis through some of the support levels that has this momentum to the downside right now. so with the confusion to the individual investor at home that keeps hearing from guys on fox business saying look for the correction, it's not happening as past as we'd like, but it looks like it's happening. liz: so as you put it, catching momentum to the downside. by the way, ben, i'm glad you brought up those tensions between china and japan. folks, listen, they are much, much hotter and running a lot louder than you really hear at the moment, so that's an important thing to watch. let me get to the cme. ira, is anything reflected in the treasury markets that's worrisome, or is it simply what ben is saying, and that is it's been a while since we saw triple-digit loss that held to the end of the session on the dow jones industrials? >> you knew something was wrong the first week of the year when the markets didn't go for the highs they made
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 12:00pm PST
in climate, if you really believe in global warming, who is the principle enemy of the climate? it's china. who takes our jobs and then exports stuff to us? it's china. we are willing to shut down our jobs and our companies in our country but we don't care what chinese do. you know what? it's one big globe and one big atmosphere. if you care about global warming, you should fight chinese and not the american companies. >> i think that's a great point. thank you for stating it. one other thing that we've been talking about, jim, is the fact that stock markets are doing well. corporations are doing pretty well. wages are totally stagnant. rose just a tiny bit this past year. is that just what our economy looks like now or is that something that you think will change? >> i think that if worldwide sales pick up with china slowing down and europe is in a difficult position. our employment number was trapped on friday. many tried to explain that away. i have done work on this. you can't explain away an unemployment number. we're not creating enough jobs. you can say i blame it on republicans. i
SFGTV
Jan 13, 2014 11:30am PST
) and a could a we have a break. >> okay 5back. >> let's precede. item 8 c the mixed use at 337 by china base an third street in san francisco bay and a adjacent to at&t park. >> good evening, commissioners. i'm waiting for a power point to be booted but i can give you hard copies if you like while we're waiting >> thank you. thank you. >> why don't you start. eventually i'll figure this out. >> you did it. >> thank you monique. i don't even have to ask my 13-year-old. good evening madam president and commissioners project manager for the port. i'm managing the sea lot 448 project. i'm here with an informational preservation and i'll introduce our project team and provide a project and schedule overview and we'll talk about what we've been up to earlier this year and highlight what we'll be do in 2014. at the end of my presentation i'll introduce the colleagues from the company. the first thing i want to do is again introduce our team. you're all familiar but we have collaborative and fundamental team working with our developers acting the giant and the mayor's office of workforce developme
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm EST
of restaurants are the first ones to go when people need to cut back. >> yum! brands is out after the bell. china is still the big challenge. >> 60% of its revenue comes from china. you had worries about the avian flu, general health of the chickens. we will definitely want to hear if there is any forecast. they have so heavily invested in the country. >> more on the markets in 30 minutes. "street smart" starts next. ♪ >> good afternoon. live from bloomberg world headquarters, i'm emily chang. >> i am michael mckee. lots going on as the markets close. we got an interesting start with the jobs report. is earnings week for the big banks, which will kick us off. week but nobody pays attention. everyone wants and know what the
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 11:00am PST
by military servicemen during peacetime from military courts to civilian courts. the second phase of china's first was completed
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 1:00pm EST
are in italy but france, britain, turkey and china are also competing for the lucrative commission. the next phase is to make it floatable again. 15 giants water tanks will be soon annexed to the damage stashestarboard side. they will be emptied to give the ship buoyancy.about the dock wise vanguard, the largest semi submergible ship will be used to sail the ship away for its last journey at sea. >> i'm joined life by cary lant. >> the commemoration continues here. only an hour ago a song was played in memory of the 32 passengers who died in the shipwreck. but at the exact time of the shipwreck two years ago, 9:45 p.m. local time, the islanders will join in a torch lit procession. at the same time the church bells will ring and the fog horns will wail across the bay in what the islanders and the survivors hope will be the last sendoff of the concordia towards the scrap yard. >> thank you, i'll be back to more news, now let's go back to sammy in doha. >> thanks, lauren. >>> in thailand, protestors have blockaded several majors intersection he, all in an attempt to remove yingluck shinn watd.
CNBC
Jan 13, 2014 1:00pm EST
on business conditions. last quarter, young brands and nike were cautious on china while general mills saw strength on its earnings call. management said we had a very strong quarter in china and have seen terrific growth in brazil. whether we see strength or weakness in emerging market sales, the chief market strategist at oppenheimer points out that unfavorable currency fluctuations will likely have a negative impact on earnings this season. tyler and sue? >> thank you very much. let's go over quickly to dominic chu for a market flash. >> check this out. it's mckesson getting hit hard. it just reopened for trading. the company said it failed in its bid to buy a german drug distributor. it raised its bid after elliott management rejected its original bid. the two sides finally hammered out an agreeable price but they needed to get 75% of shares. that's what mckesson was trying to angle for. they did not get it so those shares lower after they do not get those shares they need for a takeover. back to you. >> interesting development. thank you. >>> returning now to the earnings season and f
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 12:30pm EST
. and that's really the disagreement. and just to get to the china issue quickly, the individual who the chinese -- not technically a drone strike. they were going to put munitions, explosives on a remotely-piloted aircraft and, essentially, bomb the compound he was on. he was eventually captured in laos, but he'd killed nationals on the river, had killed them, and by the chinese definition was conceived as a continuing national threat to chinese nationals this and out of the waterways that come in and out of mekong, chinament they decided to capture him. >> protocol, international conventions, normings? >> so the way i would start that, i mean, just to make explicit something that was implicit, it would be enormously helpful for the u.s. to acknowledge this was a legitimate and good subject for international discussion, frankly, because that helps create norms that bind others. and, frankly, if the disagreement with the europeans is still intense in the ways, micah, that you describe, actually having the europeans come out and complain loudly in public actually wouldn't be a bad thi
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 9:00am PST
're certainly not in this alone here. you've got this deal that also involves our partners, great britain, china, france, germany, russia and the european union. is it possible that the united states could move forward with this deal or the allies could move forward with this deal, without the u.s. on board? >> reporter: really, not really. the u.s. is the big bear in the room. the negotiations, though we have these partners and they're essential to this because you need this global coalition adhering to these sanctions because that's what's really squeezing iran, because the u.s. doesn't have trade with iran. it's those sanctions with the other countries that's really hurting iran. and, you know, so that's a problem. we really -- these countries really do have to stay together here. the u.s., the primary partner. and the administration has made the point repeatedly that it's not just iran that we will upset with new sanctions by disrupting the diplomatic path. it's our partners in europe who are on our side and it's the administration's argument that by splitting that coalition, you'll have peo
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 9:00am PST
. the group is expected to make a final decision. and a meeting on friday i i i. china is preparing to usher in a year of the horse at the end of the month special stamps and coins featuring the animal are flying off the shelves and going up in price the government started selling the commemorative items ahead of the lunar new year which falls on generate thirty first in a quickly gained popularity as good luck charms post offices and banks have already depleted their stocks. now only private shops sell the specialty items. gold colored horse points initially sold for one you want a piece that audi has now soared to twelve fold to the equivalent of nearly two dollars sets of stamps was priced at about four dollars now costs more than thirty six. i live in some buyers are stamp collectors. others are blowing this is because they expect them to fetch higher prices in the future the trader says the stance has risen in value because demand far exceeds supply people across japan are shivering their way through the end of a holiday weekend a high pressure system is pushing cold air for the country
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 8:30am PST
this discrimination the proton upright greenback hit the economics of everyday life in china. dr linda. last week on the chinese fireworks more than her what to do and on tv. money matters for the weekend is the goal. no question that day got some valuable connections the consumer court was told that the claim fighters into chinese internet users have to say about it. part of the development of a look at the farm and usage. for all that but the look of a topic of mine karen time. first off she wonders why can't bring back home to wish for good well but are cheaper than before. bring to hook up with known as the torque up with the historic piece of chinese new year tradition. every year before the spring festival which i need them and go pick of the pair red cup of kopi hundred dollars to the creative path and welcoming feel for the festival. many of the conflicts which are approved current wealth and happiness in the coming new year. in recent years many companies and institutions which have indoor and give the client in official the painter carpenter made of material to type paper they're made
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2014 11:00am EST
have an energy company but specifically it is a play on china's unchanged today. it struggled i'd like your last ick but maybe a turnaround story? talking about china petroleum. >> you cannot ignore the numbers of the deep value play like award buffett said the scenario. delivering oil to mainland china. if you look at the rising middle-class we know that as gdp expands it correlates very well with energy consumption. the earnings yield as well as forward earnings are very attractive. we think it is said deep value stock and buy and hold. sandra: with a year to date chart if somebody wanted to pick that up it is down significantly but with 3d systems it is a hot topic right now. why deal like this name? >> first of all the valuations are almost off the chart with the p/e ratio of 70 something. we like it because it changes technology. it enables them to bring goods and services to the market more quicker and reduces time and much better pictures of how things can come out when you can print in 3d. we like the cutting edge technology, we will continue to watch it. does seem to increase
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 10:00am EST
and china. $16 billion is a huge number, they don't have to justify, suntory is not public. >> they don't have shareholders who are going to get down there next for paying a 25% premium. they have to borrow a lot of money, too, taking advantage of the low interest rate environment in japan. riskyborder deals are because there are all sorts of immigration issues, currency fluctuations to take into account. more risk appetite in the m&a, potentially this is a sign. there is an entire office doing shots on west 57th street, win for bill ackman, he has a 13% share of the company. >> he made a lot of money. a little bitalife easier to take. from a suntory perspective, this is genius. on the nymex is going to enomics is-- ab going to continue, the yen continues to weaken. let's say the yen goes to 1.30 or 1.50, if you are borrowing but making dollars, every one of those dollars translates into more yen. >> if that is the way the currency markets are heading, absolutely. there are other investors that are going to make out, bill ackman has been calling for this company to divest assets and to
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
the condiment of the pack and as i get head bobble on the day at school means mileage in china. on the fact that i caught a fish bite of fish when the struggles she had a gourmet chef the sake of a contract with the tunnel at lake at evening's end of this the buffet that is the content in astana connell economy club level but a second identical but it's an emotion love. you try getting more than just arrived. they're getting an education. thanks to an initiative of the hebrew university of jerusalem and israel railways train passengers are treated to a lecture but some of the universe is but i didn't have . he says. joe interested in what was coming in so little. we don't work just as fun. with that the trade the series develops its leader but at the university set themselves up in one of the cars and passengers are invited to join for free. i was dead. i guess i still celebrated in einstein's birthday honor his contribution to the country a member of the early zionist movement. i extend this one had its hebrew university and the creatures intellectual property to the institution. besides t
FOX
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
. this is video of rodman leaving the airport in beijing, china,er ci this morning -- early this morning. rodman and other nba players were there to play a basketball gail, celebrating the birthday of -- game, celebrating the birthday of kim jung un. he says he cannot understand why this angers so many people in the united states. >> what am i doing that's so bad? i come to this country and actually -- >> rodman also says he's sorry for not being able to help an american missionary who has been detained in north korea for more than a year and rodman apologized for suggesting that missionary kenneth ba. he was responsible for his own -- ba. he was responsible for his own detainment. >>> 300,000 people across nine counties are forced to use bottled water to cook, wash even brush their teeth. the chemical found in the water in west virginia is commonly used to clean coal. the governor of west virginia says the impact the chemical could have on people has been really hard to gauge. >> most people did not know a whole lot about this chemical. it's one that we've had to do a lot of research on intern
Univision
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
de elite pero hacÍan este tipo de pruebas porque hay una bronca que tienen con china, que china dicen que son suyas, y dicen que este aÑo comenzando el aÑo china invadio el terreno maritima de las que considera sus islas, y comienzo a hacer mis prÁcticas, y yo hago las mÍas, y finalmente es el ejercito no entiendo para que existen, se ve muy bonito, pero es finalmente por una cuestiÓn que se pelea la segunda y tercera economÍa del mundo. >>> en mi tierra pelea por la naciÓn, se que como sacrifican su tiempo. >>> me encanta, los hacen mejores hombres, la funciÓn que tienen, un accidente, terremoto, la cuestiÓn de la guerra como tal es difÍcil de aceptar. >>> pusiste un mensaje bonito. >>> que dice: si hubieran mÁs escuelas que mÚsica habrÍa mÁs guitarras que metralletas y mÁs artistas que asesinos. lo encontrÉ en internet. y me gusto. >>> un abrazo a todos los que salvaguardan. >>> veo solamente una vez al aÑo. >>> nosotros tenemos la capacidad de hablar y arreglar las cosas sin llegar a los extremos, que causa es muerte y mucha desolaciÓn para mucha gente. esas madre
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2014 9:20am EST
, and still slightly weak as they move operations to china. charles: the chevy silverado truck of the year and the stingray car of the year. we mentioned the golden globes, highest gainer in the s&p last year and you think there's trouble here. >> what's going on with netflix, strict competition from amazon here. there was a migration toward netflix away from show time and h.b.o. and canceled and thinking they can go to netflix and get great shows and they did, and they're binge watching li and netflix needs to provide more content in the way of better movie offerings which they can get-- >> your great point, the bar is up. they put the bar up and could be victims of their own success, and a lot of people looking for them to take a big fall. nicole, iconic american brand bought by foreigners, jim beam will now be japanese, but it's good news for the shareholders. where is the stock? >> that was a good way to introduce the story, right, and a big obviously american company, makers mark, courvoisier. and the new high is 83. and 16 billion dollars and goes over to a family-owned japanese drin
CNBC
Jan 13, 2014 9:00am EST
to continue to do dividend, no matter what, going forward with the environment. >> china, very positive commentary. >> yes. >> europe talking about bottoming, latin america doing better, worse. story, overseas? united states you're hitting on all cylinders. >> i think china continues to be a really fantastic opportunity for us to serve, jim. our sales in china alone, last year in 2013, were up over 50%. we're also increasing our production cape ability with the new assembly plan in chong ching and accelerating new vehicles in china. it's a very important market and they love the ford brand. i think the industry will be around 22.5 million to 24.5 million, jim, this year in 2014. with the economy growing around 7. 5%. i think we're well positioned to serve china. >> alan, thank you. phil, take it over. >> welcome. >> you talked about the china economy. talk about the u.s. economy. the jobs report last month had a lot of people saying, whoa, what's going on? are we ready for a bumpy 2014? what's your view about the economy and prospect of greater job growth? >> you bet. well, everything w
CBS
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am PST
media in china, there was an explosion there and local police believe it was set deliberately and are treating it as a crime. >> happening today the bill will go up for a hearing today to prevent them from growing on a strike after that strike. it will go on for hearing at 2:00 today. >>> and they are expected to have a hearing today to allow them to install more boxes around the city. they want to install 260 more but opponents say the sidewalk is for pedestrians, not them. >>> 6:38, coming up we will talk a look at the governor's plan. >> and the market just opened a few minutes ago. so far everything is down. coming up we will get a report from the financial reportedder jason brooks. accelerat. shift. shift. ♪ and shift again. through all eight speeds of a transmission connected to more standard horsepower than its german competitors. and that is the moment that driving the lexus gs will shift your perception. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. people across america are experof finish quantum, shine voting it product of the year, better homes and garden's best new di
KRON
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am PST
for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can and may be cold in southwest china but that's a good thing. otherwise this wouldn't happen thousands of tourists head to this area and the--in the sichuan province to enjoy the icefall festival. dozens of waterfalls freeze solid other still have water flowing makes for some beautiful scenery. the festival ends when the temperature starts to warm at the end of march and the ice melts again >>erica: a lot of models are pointing to dry weather persisting through the end of january. fed does not equal a very tight february 3rd will have to wait and see--dry. we are and the thirties. coldest reading than the north bay 342 degrees out the door in hayward and san mateo. you definitely want a jacket with temperatures dropping into the upper thirties out and the livermore valley. it is windy out there especially at the higher elevations. the wind will calm down as we head into the afternoon but temperatures are only going to climb. take a look at futurecast 4. i 12:00 will seemingly low to the mid- 60s. mid to upper 60s by 3 th
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 5:30am PST
of the lot. meters late in the capital. and the seven and nine strain of bird flu strikes began in china the seventeenth in the cases reported over the weekend. well all come from baking watching cctv years and one among israel has carried me mario service for former prime minister ariel sharon on at the parliament building into islam. prime minister things we need to actually describe this ron as one of israel's latest military commanders foreign dignitaries including us vice president joe biden attended the state ceremony. ariel sharon died at the age of eighty five on saturday after eight years in a coma caused by a stroke. i did after he steps to shore on his body was placed in the pas out in front of the knesset. hundreds of these release lined out to pay their last respects. on sunday evening strong body was carried into parliament and the chili slaw funerals must be carried out as sane as possible. a funeral service will be held at strong range in southern israel following the statement mario. what now for around the state memorial held at the knesset illegal by two of his finding
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 8:00am EST
. >> they are not going to china. >> we have another company. wendy's. >> a huge jump in the free market. their outlook is on the high end. i could make $.30 per share. comcast is up 3.5%. wendy's has been terrible. they had a hard time staying relevant and remodeling. they are investing this new blood and remodeling their stores. 25% of their stores this year. this is a positive indication. >> they were feeling tired. >> when was the last time you ate at wendy's? >> i am looking at you. >> this is the issue. you are dealing with low margins. the dollar menu drives a lot of sales. you are also looking like -- at the trends to organic. >> and the trend -- the pressure on minimum wage. it will not pass, but it will squeeze them. >> we're looking at a nine percent increase for the nation. regardless of what congress ends up doing. what is the pricing power here? >> when was the last time you were in wendy's? >> never. >> it has been a while. >> that may be why it is so dated. >> if you had to choose between the fast food chains, where would you eat? >> chipotle. >> why is that? >> three quarters of my sta
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 5:00am PST
as president to come visit once a constitution is approved to all of de facto alice ec books about china to get the document that it's messy in a televised address he said. this constitution is one step photos on the pulse to reduce the chap i will not say that the constitution is your responsibility. i would say egypt is your responsibility you can put it in the end. thousands of police out to be deployed for the january fourteen fifties referendum so that it is a key element of a transition plan on them by the minute she backed government last july else that democratically elected mercy and his islamist muslim brotherhood were removed from power. it is. french s and eighty fairytale the eyes to be discharged from hospital today after being admitted on friday for rest intense media speculation has it that she's been shaken by reports of an alleged that the korean president roh store owner and an actress. the woman said to be at the halls of the scandal is you the guy a president has not denied the reports that us but tasted of the innovation of his papacy in stazon centers on the parisians not
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2014 5:00am PST
in china are trying to revive window panes made from seashells. they were once common in homes before the country modernized. the windows are now getting a second life with many who are turning back to their traditions. we have the story. >> reporter: scenic watertowns lie outside the city of shanghai. seashell windows have graced this inn for about three years. >> translator: they are traditional. not only that, they are valuable. >> reporter: glass hadn't been common until about a century ago. so, the wealthy people of the shanghai region used translucent window panes made of seashells. they considered paper too sensitive to humidity. >> translator: i felt the wisdom of the people from olden times. >> reporter: this man sells seashell windows. he also manages a brick factory. while making bricks to restore old buildings, he started thinking there might be a demand for seashell windows. >> translator: one of the things i like about seashell windows is that they soften the light. another attractive feature is, they're strong. and, one more thing that pleases me, they're filled with an
CBS
Jan 13, 2014 4:30am PST
. >> the boys and this sister were adopted from china, the boys have already finished a 5k race and say they have dreams of going to the olympics. >> good for him. 4:53 now. the 9ers are just one more win away from a trip to the super bowl. why the fans will have a tough time getting tickets. >> they did that as fellow riders went without their pants. more on the bizarre event coming up. >>> all right looking at your forecast today, san jose is sunny and bright, very mild temperatures, getting near record levels tomorrow. >> and checking mass transit on this monday morning bart right now has 26 trains system-wide on time also a train number 1 also reporting everything on schedule a look at your case traffic coming up. >> thank you, liz. >>> a young figure skater now on her way to the winter games in sochi, russia, she was a sophomore near and one of three women to make the cuts. she finished second yesterday in boston and was officially named to the team, so good for her. >> good for her. >> hey, no pants. not a problem for bart yesterday. >> some did ride the ride with no pants. there
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 7:02am EST
and when allied forces intercepted the bbc china, a ship carrying north korean parts to libya. the demonstration of superior intelligence capability, coupled with the willingness to use military force, and able constructive engagement after more than 15 years of average. don't forget, moammar gadhafi had reached out to senator gary hart more than a decade before we had this about-face in 2003. there are other costs. when americans are engaged in high profile diplomacy, diplomats too often a willing to the human rights and diplomats -- dissidents under the bus. avoiding my tricks and enables them to bypass the tricky questions about the efficacy of the process. and while the press often treats the politicization of intelligence as synonymous with the 2003 iraq war, affected the corruption of intelligence is a constant problem. one that even lyndon johnson complained about. the irony, however, is that intelligence can keep the peace rather than cause -- nor should we ever believe that engaging rogues changes their character. moammar gadhafi showed his true colors not only in 200
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 4:00am PST
and building a row is an important piece of it so he wanted to buy theulture of central china on the lines of the hutu people. it'll be interesting the solomons influenced by the who found him papa and mama homes and children and shall defeat of the homes. so go to the territory of the cool talking to him and in the imperial court because of governor general the western regions too cold to start to build the tombstones. tensions within the boundaries of the form of torture kingdom chores. a certain shares this year. call of woman called fight in the singles event. nigeria which we hold these will watch it the design view that schoolmates who care to go to with chiseled on. tree in the year the economist has an article for the confusion they get to see you said you were gone. so it should be so i can do the usual crew of the security door you'll be helping you will the twenty oh nine georgia her feet on who your friends to warn she died she said to him. to lead to increased use and you wanna chill is a veteran who would you give it a problem. the show can be endured by. says tou we jettison
KICU
Jan 13, 2014 4:00am PST
builds the passat model. vw recently topped gm in sales in china. automakers from around the world will motor to detroit this week to unveil their latest and greatest. fifty new concept and production vehicles are set to debut in the motor city. the highly competitive pickup truck and midsize sedan categories may attract the most attention, with u-s automakers ford and chrylser ready to debut new models. still to come...previewing profits...naming the sectors that closed out 20-13 with a bang...plus,cruising with carnival.what the options market is predicting about the stock's ship to shore performance.and, making sense of a confusing jobs report. why the weak number is getting a strong response from analysts...bill moller explains after the break. what's wrong with this picture? you heard the government numbers that came out friday.the unemployment rate unexpectedly dropped to 6.7% so you'd expect the number of jobs created would unexpectedly higher. economists predicted 200- thousand jobs were added to payrolls. but it was only 74- thousand - the fewest in almost 3 years. tha
CNBC
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am EST
china is having trouble keeping its export engine going because costs are increasing there. i think the second thing is on this inequality issue, because of the technology, if you'ref successful locally, you can be successful globally. that accentuates the winners and losers effect. >> david wessel, thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >>> randall will be sticking around. >>> we have more of becky's exclusive interview when we come back. r insurance. yeah. everybody knows that. did you know there is an oldest trick in the book? what? trick number one. look-est over there. ha ha. made-est thou look. so end-eth the trick. hey.... yes.... geico. fifteen minutes could save you... well, you know. amazon started in a garage. hewlett packard, and disney both started in garages. mattel started in a garage. ♪ the ramones started in a garage. my point? you never know what kind of greatness can come out of an american garage. introducing the 2014 motor trend car of the year. the all new cadillac cts. ain't garages great? i'm bethand i'm michelle. and we own the paper cottage. it's a statio
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am EST
at bank earnings. time for the morning brief. >> it is a short brief. we have to condense it. china's yuan rose to a 20 year high after the reference rate raised to a record. the items to note today, prime minister from spain will visit president obama. a memorial service will begin for ariel sharon. joe biden will be there. >> tony blair, i thought. what else do have? >> kind of quiet on the earnings front. >> it will get busier as the week goes on. davos is one week away. i will be in zÜrich. let's do a data check. we're looking at stocks and bonds and commodities. the yield is 2.85%. crude goes nowhere. where did the vix close on friday? nicely under 13. that is interesting. it speaks volumes about a sluggish jobs report. we will talk about that today. 6.04.inese yuan, that is a shop for anybody on the asia watch. we're blowing through to east stronger yuan.a good morning to all of you watching in canada as well. it is a twisted weekend. she sort of dressed like tina fey this morning. scarlet fu with the front page. >> we're working on that. page story, the iran nuclear deal will take
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 3:00am PST
former nba star dennis rodman arriving in china after staying behind in north korea well after his teammates. it was supposed to be basketball diplomacy but instead rodman sang happy birthday to dictator kim jong-un and had an exclusive interview on our show as you remember and then apologized. they did play this exhibition game with former nba all-stars. we're now hearing from some of these teammates and about how, what they knew and didn't know about what this situation was. one of the players with rodman was cliff robinson. you remember him from his nba days and he joins us now. thanks for joining us, cliff. appreciate it. >> no problem. >> so let's get right to the basic question. did you know that you were going to north korea to play in a gift for the ruler? >> i was unaware of a birthday until i actually got to north korea. >> so what did you think you were going there for, cliff? what did you think the deal was? >> well, for exactly what we did, i mean to go and interact with the citizens of north korea, interact with the national team, play an exhibition game and just try
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 5:51am EST
in the direction of negotiation. he did that and the coalition is powerful. he has kept russia and china as part of it with a lot of hard work. basically, i think the president needs to own this and continue to drive it and continue to make good decisions. i thought he was pretty honest the other week when he said to a gathering sort of like this that he thought there was a 50-50 chance of a deal. he was not blowing smoke,. if he sticks to that, and continues to empower secretary kerry and all of the other key people, even if you don't get the deal after a year, i think the process itself will be a good one for a iran and will give the iranian people a taste of what they will get if they go around the corner. if they can make the turn that i described. >> you were hard on the administration in your column this morning, you were positive on their intent. robin, you've taken us through family planning and the nuclear deal. we really appreciate the work that was done with the wilson center. we look forward to tomorrow as well. i think that your parents will be very proud. very proud. thank you very
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 5:00am EST
to condense it. china's yuan rose to a 20 year high after the reference rate raised to a record. the items to note today, prime minister from spain will visit president obama. a memorial service will begin for ariel sharon. joe biden will be there. >> tony blair, i thought. what else do have?
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